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A STUDY has revealed that teachers in Spain show clear symptoms of anxiety because of COVID-19 and the return to the classroom.
The net wealth of Spain’s poorest 50% has decreased by 4% since 2008
The study revealed that 43.5% of Europeans have driven after drinking, with 22% always or almost always doing so
Results showed that gazpacho not only stopped cell growth, but that it could induce so-called programmed cell death
Spain’s environmentalists issue doomsday warning as groundbreaking study reveals alarming levels of micro-plastic in the Pyrenees
One of the main problems is the lack of ready, cheap alternatives to the imperishable material that is now part of the air we breathe and the water we drink
Spanish study finds that eating nuts in first trimester of pregnancy improves child brain development
The nuts involved were almonds, peanuts, walnuts, pine nuts and hazelnuts
Eating ultra-processed Spanish chorizo, cereals and pastries increases depression risk by 33%, study warns
Those who consumed ultra-processed foods were a third more likely to suffer depression
The findings will make tough reading for schools, as just 24% of parents said that school dinners came with information about the ingredients used
Spain’s favourite day to get between the sheets is Tuesday, when 15.04% of all sex happens, the findings reveal
The country scored very poorly in the category of wages, job opportunities and saving possibilities
Malaga and southern Spain will experience droughts ’14 TIMES more severe than in recent years’ – and much sooner...
MALAGA and southern Spain could see droughts 14 times more severe than in recent years from as soon as 2050 onwards. That is according to...
Miguel Castillo, from Liria near Valencia, won the grant to pursue his history degree at a university in Verona after enrolling at Valencia University two years ago.
The study reveals that dolphins were found to have the same protein clusters found in Alzheimer patients.
Researchers also found that men over age 35 are twice as likely to die if they are hit
Philip Vasquez has written Gibraltar’s first survival guide for uni freshers studying away from the Rock
Children educated about sexual abuse from an early age are more likely to report it
Antonio Banderas and his brother have donated €75,000 to the University of Malaga to provide grants for overseas study
Diet drinks also allegedly disrupt the body's ability to regulate blood sugar
The 'daily glass of wine' only works if you're also active
Have another cup of 'longevi-tea'
Research in Valencia reveals testosterone actually impedes sperm production
Residents in the city are happier than those in Madrid and Barcelona
The 'huge barrier' exam - Selectividad - is no more
The centre will study the effect of global change on bird migration
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